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Fifty-year-old residence hall being imploded at KU

McCollum residence hall at the University of Kansas will be demolished Wednesday morning. 

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Book of Mormon showing brings money into Wichita

The winner of 9 Tony Awards, the Book of Mormon is a breakout Broadway success. 

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KS game wardens using social media to catch poachers

You may find the picture in the video above disturbing, but Kansas Game Wardens say that is what they are trying to do. 

Weather Alert Day issued for Thanksgiving, Black Friday

The skies are clear now and if you plan on traveling on Wednesday for Thanksgiving, you should be able to reach your destination without any problems.

KBI investigating Halstead police

A state investigation into the Halstead Police Department continues.

E. Cessna house fire

Two residents were able to safely escape, but more than $20,000 in damage was estimated in a Tuesday evening fire to a home in south Wichita. 


FactFinder 12: Is census survey a scam?

A man claiming to be from the census bureau asking detailed questions about your finances right your door.

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Wichita, KDOT watching winter weather; preparing response plans

After the National Weather Service announced a winter weather advisory for the better part of the Thanksgiving travel weekend, the City of Wichita and KDOT are making sure they're ready to go.

Both crews said they've been watching the latest round of winter weather for several days, but it's still a little too early to tell just how much of a response will be needed. But either way, they've been…

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Cyber security expert explains how to avoid online shopping scams

Online scammers can strike during the holiday shopping season. But there are ways people can protect themselves.

Salina police seek help finding owner of truck involved in thefts

The Salina Police Department is asking for help to identify the owner of a truck it says has been used in several recent thefts.

K-State Polytechnic first campus to provide UAS training program

It's not hard to get your hands on a drone, but experts say it is hard to get people who know how to really fly them.

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